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Are we stockpiling in case
How many of us are stockpiling groceries, in case of a no-deal Brexit?
Greater Bay Area:
China's ambitious but vague economic plan
The ambitious economic plan links Hong Kong, Macau and other Chinese cities to boost growth.
Olives pitting US against
global trade fight
Are US tariffs on Spanish olives a pretext for a bigger challenge to world trade?
Cyber-thieves set sights
hijacking payment data
Cyber-crime gangs are injecting their own code on to websites to steal payment data, an annual study suggests.
House launches probe
nuclear plan in Saudi Arabia
A government report says the US is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
Drone no-fly zone
widened after Gatwick chaos
It will be illegal to fly a drone within three miles of an airport, following drone disruption at Gatwick.
Gender pay gap
grows at hundreds of big firms
The pay gap has widened at one in four firms that have revealed their figures ahead of the deadline.
Trade war: Trump
says no 'magical date' for US-China deal
The comments come as US and Chinese officials rush to clinch a deal ahead of a 1 March deadline.
UK farmers promised 'no
Michael Gove has promised to protect farmers from cheap food imports.
UK employment hits another
A record 32.6 million people were in work between October and December, official figures show.
Replacing failed shops
'won't save city centres'
Authorities should try to attract high-paying office jobs to revive the High Street, a think tank says.
Female mechanic helps
women learn about cars
Mechanic Louise Baker has set up a service in Birmingham aimed at women.
'People use storage
for life events'
"We have to be mindful of the moments in life our customers are in," says storage boss Anthony Paine.
How Brexit hit
the pound in your pocket
The value of the pound has changed a lot over the past three years - making us all a little poorer.
Huawei founder: 'No
way US can crush us'
Ren Zhengfei described the arrest of his daughter Meng Wanzhou, the company's chief financial officer, as politically motivated.
Saudi Arabia signs
$20bn in deals with Pakistan
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is seeking to shore up Saudi Arabia's Asian allies.
Tax-free childcare helps
just a fifth of families
Why aren't more parents signing up for a scheme that provides extra money towards the cost of childcare?
US-China trade talks
break up without deal
The US says "very difficult issues" remain unresolved with talks due to resume in the US next week.
UK retail sales bounce
back in January
Clothing discounts helped retail sales to rebound sharply last month, official figures show.
How the chocolate
bar became a million dollar idea
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the chocolate bar became a million dollar idea.
Property repossessions 'lowest
Low mortgage rates and a less aggressive attitude from lenders means fewer are having their homes seized.
German economy narrowly
The economy has been hit by a slowdown in the global economy and problems in the car sector.
Brexit 'monster' urges
Dutch to prepare
The Dutch government tweets out a furry creature warning to firms about the impact of Brexit.
Japan turns to tech
cut long working hours
Overwork is a longstanding problem in Japan and companies are turning to technology for solutions.
David Malpass: Who
Trump's pick for World Bank president?
The Trump administration has nominated economist David Malpass as World Bank president. Who is he?
China banks on lending
China is pushing to boost consumption to help manage the slowdown in the world's second largest economy.
Clouds gathering over
BBC World Service economics correspondent Andrew Walker looks at what 2019 has in store for the global economy.
A whole new world
for free trade?
The New Year heralds the launch of two major trade deals, with Japan emerging as a key player.
What can New
Zealand teach us about Brexit?
What lessons can the we learn from the economic ructions suffered by New Zealand in 1973 when the UK joined the EEC?
Could student loans
ruling mean the system is redesigned?
The ONS is about to announce how it will treat student loans in the national accounts. Will it lead to changes in student finance?
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